Kansas City Chiefs Declared COVID Safe

We don't claim to understand "the science" but generally if there is a hefty amount of tax revenue generated than the risk to the public is minimal.

An example . . .

Since masks are not required outdoors at Arrowhead, including in the majority of the stadium's seats, there is hope that the Chiefs game won't become a COVID-19 super-spreader.
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Chief Medical Officer at the University of Kansas Health System Dr. Steve Stites, who was at Sunday's game to cheer the Chiefs, said he doesn't expect a massive COVID-19 cluster to develop from the game.

"I went there and when I was inside, wore my mask," Stites said during the system's daily COVID-19 update. "Outside I tried to wear a mask. I started sweating all the way through. I took it off, the breeze was going, I felt safe, got back ready to go inside again, arrived at a concourse, a really thick crowd walking around, I put my mask back on."

At the risk of seeming too bawdy . . . Remind TKC to ask if this strategy works with condoms.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

Why doctors don't expect Sunday's Chiefs game to become a COVID super-spreader

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Sunday finally felt like football season in the Chiefs Kingdom. Fans fired up tailgates and packed the upgraded GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. After a year away, Sunday's game was the first since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic for many fans.